Best Gifts for Your Valentine
This Valentine’s Day, be sure to wow your valentine with a surprise bouquet of flowers and a limo ride to their favorite places to dine in New York. Once you’ve ordered your meal and your valentine thinks the surprises are over, take out one of these swoon-worthy gifts and watch them become wide-eyed and full of adoration for you and your undeniable thoughtfulness.
For the Tech Geek
Valentine's Day Gift Guide
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Samsung Gear VR ($100)
If your valentine’s idea of a good time seems to always be going to Best Buy, then this may be the perfect gift for them. Your valentine will be able to explore new worlds from the comfort of their home with a big field of view, smooth images, and reflection prevention for the best game quality yet. They’ll also be able to tap or swipe their way to new worlds and even connect their Galaxy smartphones if they wish.
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Fitbit Alta ($130 - $150)
Step trackers have become a big tech trend and are all the rage in the fitness community. Help your valentine stay motivated (or buy matching Fitbits and start competing!) to achieve their step goals with this fun device. The wearer will be able to track their activity, sleep, and exercise, as well as interchange the stylish bands that are available and make the Fitbit even more fun.
For the Jewelry Enthusiasts
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David Yurman’s Color Classics Bracelet ($550 - $850)
Most women either own or covet at least one piece from David Yurman’s timeless collection. Yurman, who is a sculptor-turned-jeweler, often creates sculptural pieces with a refreshing interpretation that keeps up with current fashion trends. These bracelets are available in sterling silver and 14-karat yellow gold, and the stones come in a variety of colors, such as amethyst, gold, citrine, and more.
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Tiffany & Co. Round Cuff Links ($250 - $330)
Let’s be honest: everybody enjoys getting a little blue box, and these sophisticated cuff links are no exception. These circular, sleek cuff links are suitable for the fashionable valentine that always looks sharp. Like most items from Tiffany’s, there’s also the option to engrave this item with up to three letters for a more personalized touch with either machine engraving, hand engraving, or monogramming.
For the Sentimental Valentine
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Printable Photos via Social Print Studio ($12 and up)
You know how annoying it is when your significant other constantly makes you take pictures no matter where you go? Turn that negative into a picture! Whether you want to create a hardcover photobook, a mosaic of one portrait, or a framed poster featuring several pictures of the two of you, your valentine will surely love this gift and cherish it (and hang it on the wall) forever.
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You Are Loved Soap via pink olive ($12)
This adorable soap also doubles as a love note to your valentine. Hide the soap in your shower or simply include it as one of a few items as part of a gift basket. Not only is it a thoughtful and adorable gesture, but the soap is inspired by spring’s fragrant blooms and is a divine scent of lavender mint. Nothing beats a gift that’s both thoughtful, sweet, and practical too!
For the Sweetheart with a Sweet Tooth
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Sweet Surprises Gift Box ($40 - $93)
This sugary gift box includes jumbo marshmallow twists, tutti frutti gum drops, petite gummy bites, and much more. The assortment has an array of candies sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. There’s also an option for the sweets to arrive in a stylish white wooden crate (instead of a regular cardboard box) and as well as the option to include a customized ribbon with any message you’d like to pass along to your valentine.
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I Love You So Much - What Candy Says ($27)
In case they forgot, remind your valentine how you feel in an edible, chocolate message. Not ready to say, “I love you” yet? There are plenty of fun options to choose from, including the choice to create a customizable message, such as an inside joke that only the two of you will understand. Not only is this a thoughtful gift, but it’s a delicious one too for you to enjoy together (that is, if they want to share).